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Health and Wellness Study: Inositol


 
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Calcification Study
Calcification Study - Phytic acid
Phytic acid, inositol hexphosphate (IP6), is a natural compound abundant in the diet, mainly in plant sources such as rice bran, corn and soybeans. It also appears in almost all mammalian cells, but in a much smaller amount. Therefore, it is safe upon administration. Due to the abundance of processed food in modern diet, it is hard to consume phytic acid in sufficient amount to demonstrate its benefits to health. phytic acid showed strong inhibition on soft tissue calcification. Thus the abnormal calcification at the joint is inhibited, and body proteins and enzymes contribute to the net calcium crystal removal. For patients suffering from osteoarthritis, calcium crystals (mainly basic calcium phosphates and calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate) can be found in articular cartilage of the affected area. Since calcium crystals are toxic to the cartilage cells and cause inflammation , calcium crystal removal can protect the cartilage from damage. For patients suffering from bone spurs, the severe pain can be relieved by gradually reducing the size of the bone spur. On the other hand, normal bone mineralization is regulated by living bone cells which will not be inhibited by the action of phytic acid. Actually, studies show that bone density is increased when phytic acid levels in the body are increased, showing a protective effect against osteoporosis.
 
Calcification Study - Cetylated fatty acid
Cetylated fatty acid is a compound derived from natural fats. It can reduce inflammation to ease the joint pain and increase the flexibility of the joint (11). The combined effect of applying cetyalted fatty acid and phytic acid simultaneously can greatly relieve the joint pain due to inflammation attributed to the presence of calcium crystals.